The woman thoroughly checks the bride by grabbing the bride's nose and ears before pinching her lip to check her teeth.
"An important decision must be made carefully", a voice is then heard saying, according to an English translation, with the video cutting to footage of an Audi.
Some even suggested boycotting Audi, whilst another called it "a bad ad!" and others, "disgusting".
It's an ad from Ogilvy & Mather Beijing promoting used Audis that have been checked out and officially certified for resale.
A growing number of Chinese consumers have taken to Weibo, China's Twitter, to slam the German carmaker.
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Comparing a woman to a certified used auto just doesn't look good because it implies that a lady's physical flaws would be enough to break off a marriage.
AW-Volkswagen, the joint venture, did not immediately respond to requests for comment. It treats women like objects by comparing us to used and second hand cars'.
The anger over the China advert comes just a day after an announcement by the UK's Advertising Standards Authority which bans adverts encouraging gender stereotypes.
FAW-Volkswagen Automotive sold 253,635 Audi cars in the first half of 2017, down 12.2 percent from past year.
"So many powerful women in China are also potential customers for Audi, and this is how Audi is sending its message to buyers?" said Guo Zimeng, a Shanghai-based lifestyle editor. The man emerges from the wash as a clean, light-skinned Chinese man.